JP MORGAN CHASE ANALYST: IF GREECE EXTIS EURO 30% OF THE EUROZONE GDP WILL BE LOST
(...)Mackie said a Greek eurozone exit would see the country's gross domestic product shrink by as much as 25-30 percent.
In the streets of Athens, people expressed a mixture of apprehension over the future of the country and anger with politicians who let it come so far.
"For me, the political system needs to sit down and come to an understanding because they are killing our country, that is for sure," said Athens resident Georgia, who didn't give her last name. "If they don't do it, our country will be lost."